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Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are as safe on these days as on all other days. You should differentiate between the two cities, there is a difference in how these days are celebrated in each: Tel Aviv: Christmas is pretty much nonexistent in most of Tel Aviv, there is a small number of public/touristic events related to the holiday, but they are all happening in ...


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I have lived in Israel for over a decade and do not recall this period of time as ever being associated with any specific rise in activity. In other words, whatever safety advice/precautions you would treasure at any other time apply equally. And I would consider things to be as safe (or dangerous, depending on how you want to frame things, who you are, ...


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It is difficult to answer, and we lack some information which are probably also illegal to ask (e.g. about your ethnicity and religion: these matter for this topic) [and please do not add such information]. In general it is safe on touristic places (check touristic guides), especially if you look like a tourist (this is contrary of most safety rules around ...


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Yes, you're overthinking. The name of the game in North Korea is brinksmanship: they push the envelope to extract concessions, but are not stupid enough to commit an actual act of war, like shooting down a passenger airplane. Also, North Korea does not test anti-aircraft missiles, but ballistic missiles aimed at specific targets on the ground. These fly ...


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Generally, when travelling on days of major celebrations, it is hard to estimate the level of celebrations that may take place in transit hubs such as bus stations or airports. Halloween, while it is celebrated in much of Uruguay and Argentina similarly to the United States, is still not considered a major holiday, which reduces the possibility of any forms ...


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It's perfectly safe. I've been there a few weeks ago, and the only inconvenience I encountered were unpredictable MTR station and system closures, but in case that happens there are always alternatives (buses, taxis and ultimately walking). The Citymapper and MTR apps are useful as they provide notifications of closures in real time, and alternative routes ...


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It is safe. Demonstrations mostly occur on the weekends, are quite localized, are mostly peaceful and don't target tourists. If you are paranoid, avoid wearing black clothes, since that's one of the way protesters identify themselves (my French contacts advised me to wear a yellow vest to make sure I'm not mistaken for a protester). I have seen a few ...


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